Wisconsin Critical Access Hospital Coalition. December 6, 2005. Michael W. Rausch, JD. Senior Risk Management Consultant PIC Wisconsin 10 years as a risk manager and staff attorney with a tertiary care hospital Private practice in Arizona, including work with small rural facilities.
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December 6, 2005
Med 18.03Communication of alternate modes of treatment.Med 18.03(1) (1) It is the obligation of a physician to communicate alternate viable modes of treatment to a patient. The communication shall include the nature of the recommended treatment, alternate viable treatments, and risks or complications of the proposed treatment, sufficient to allow the patient to make a prudent decision. In the communication with a patient, a shall take into consideration:Med 18.03(1)(a) (a) A patient's ability to understand the information;Med 18.03(1)(b) (b) The emotional state of a patient; and,Med 18.03(1)(c) (c) The physical state of a patient.Med 18.03(2) (2) Nothing in sub. (1) shall be construed as preventing or limiting a physician in recommending a mode of treatment which is in his or her judgment the best treatment for a patient.